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ABC
Dec 24, 2012 11:35pm PST
's a beautiful vision. but heaven? >> a lot of people are going to say, doctor, it was a hallucination. your brain was zapped by this disease. all the wires got crossed and you saw a girl on a butterfly wing and spinning up in a melody. >> i know this was not a hallucination, not a dream, not what we call a con fablation. i know it really occurred and it occurred outside of my brain. >> reporter: but how? how can he even suggest that much lest complain claim that his experience is proof of heaven as he has called his new book. he showed us his brain scan. >> it was no it leaving any part of my cortex unaffected. >> reporter: so your conclusion is because all of this outer area which is the higher functioning was covered with the infection, what you experienced in the coma wasn't part of the brain? >> right. >> reporter: many neuroscientists are kept couple arguing that his brain must have produced his visions somehow, most likely as he came out of coma. but something else happened. after he recovered, eben, who was adopted saw a picture of a sister from his biological family who died years a
CSPAN
Dec 22, 2012 4:00pm EST
states senate during the 1960's and 70's. neurologist oliver sacks examine the causes of hallucinations in his book hallucinations. in little america, the war with in the war for afghanistan, "washington post" senior correspondent reports in the military and government failings in the war in afghanistan. nancy gives, editor at large and michael duffy, executive edit
SFGTV2
Dec 4, 2012 1:30am PST
. they used to support the diagnosis that he was psychotic. he heard voices, hallucinations, delusions. the images at the time or something called -- we know that it is not diagnostic now. it is a risk faster -- factor. you are more likely to develop these types of illnesses. but he was found insane based on this information and sentenced to an insane asylum. he has now been released, starting in 2009, to a thousand -- 2010. he is well treated and managed. they told me i had to go away faster. if you happen to have schizophrenia or you hear voices or hallucinations, it is with 99% certainty that i can show that your brain is different. if you have schizophrenia -- just pretend. what do you see that is different? these areas are much different, much more engaged. you might see there is a lot more blue as well in this map. look at this area. it is very different than that area, much more engaged. if you have a bipolar illness, you are different than if you have schizophrenia. they could have this illness or in this illness, those are the two most common. physicians cannot tell the differ
CNN
Dec 23, 2012 4:30am PST
it changes people and it's shocking how the command hallucinations they have, the sense of voices instructing them to do things they would never do can determine their behavior. >> so what do you do? i mean, right? i think people watching, andrew, are thinking, okay, gosh. what does this all mean? if -- if i'm worried about my own child, or -- i mean, you wrote about how people became afraid of their children. what do you think is the message for parents, perhaps, of people just post adolescence watching this and concerned? >> i think the biggest message is vigilance. i think children should be screened more often than they mostly are. i think parents who think their child's behavior is strange should get that child in to see a psychiatrist. i think if you remove some of the stigma, we'll make it easier for people to talk about their hallucinations or anything else they're going through that is distorting their sense of reality. but i think it's really -- the question ultimately is attention. and the attention has to come from the parents, the attention should come from the schools, the atten
NBC
Dec 28, 2012 4:00am PST
then, he hallucinates that she's somebody else. we have a hallucinating sasquatch. that was delicious back then, wasn't it? - sasquatch, trust me, please. - for jaime sommers, big foot had nothin' on fembots. - ah! - when you really think about it, it seems a little bit over the top for jaime to have that crazy reaction. i mean, she screams that blood-curdling scream. - ah! - it's like, "jaime, "is it that far-fetched that this woman might be a robot? "you are half robot." - coming in at number five-- rules to live by. you can learn a lot from tv. usually when you weren't meant to. - i love the rules to live by, in "magnum p.i," because it's like, he leaves the navy, he's 33, and he knows that he's never been 23. so, the secret to life is, like, you gotta have fun. you gotta kick back. it's 5:00 somewhere, right? - i totally respect magnum for doing that, and going back, and-and just living his life, 'cause you only have one. - some of the best lessons i have learned from "the bionic woman" are, live life in slow motion. if a computer gives you trouble, pour water on it. - goodbye, al
NBC
Dec 24, 2012 12:30am PST
know, is big foot an animal? is this big foot? - so then, he hallucinates that she's somebody else. we have a hallucinating sasquatch. that was delicious back then, wasn't it? - sasquatch, trust me, please. - for jaime sommers, big foot had nothin' on fembots. - ah! - when you really think about it, it seems a little bit over the top for jaime to have that crazy reaction. i mean, she screams that blood-curdling scream. - ah! - it's like, "jaime, "is it that far-fetched that this woman might be a robot? "you are half robot." - coming in at number five-- rules to live by. you can learn a lot from tv. usually when you weren't meant to. - i love the rules to live by, in "magnum p.i," because it's like, he leaves the navy, he's 33, and he knows that he's never been 23. so, the secret to life is, like, you gotta have fun. you gotta kick back. it's 5:00 somewhere, right? - i totally respect magnum for doing that, and going back, and-and just living his life, 'cause you only have one. - some of the best lessons i have learned from "the bionic woman" are, live life in slow motion. if a computer
ABC
Dec 5, 2012 11:35pm PST
searching. if they're not after me, then we have a mass hallucination and we should all commit ourselves. >> reporter: to avoid that man hunt, he hid. what's been the hardest part? >> not seeing the sun a lot. when we were inside, can't go outside. >> reporter: he also says he disguised himself. >> i had a cane. i was walking like this and i had my jaws stuffed with toilet paper. i changed my hair, i've dyed it black, chopped it off. >> reporter: being on the run has taken its toll. he's gaunt and bleery eyed compared to this picture of him toting a shotgun. for years, he filled his compound with guns, body guards and women. but he insists that his countless postings about using bath salts was just a prank. >> why on earth would i want to buy bath salts when i live in a country where everyone is in cocaine. that's a good drug. i could get heroin in i want it. >> reporter: and even sitting right in front of you, he remains illusive, shifting, fidgeting. a moving target. >> you have created a dream. which really is a nightmare. it's yours, not mine. i've used this as a spring board. >> rep
CNN
Dec 25, 2012 8:00am PST
from breathing problems, headaches, hallucinations to more serious conditions including paralysis, seizures, and blindness. i'm joined by my guest from lebanon to talk more about this. i understand there is a doctor who managed to treat some of these patients, a couple things, first of all, how did that happen? how did he treat them? and could there be some remedy to help identify what this gas was? >> this doctor in homs province said he treated 30 of the more than 60 people affected by this gas. he said that of those that he treated, they responded well to atrapene which he says is sometimes used to treat people who suffered from sarin gas. he said it is unclear at this stage what the substance may have been. of those affected people suffered symptoms like paralysis, seizures, muscle spasms, in some cases blindness. but he also told us others who were exposed to the gas who were further away from the source suffered difficulty breathing, disorientation, hallucination, nervousness, and a lack of limb control. that can be similar to exposure to excessive amounts of tear gas. very
FOX
Dec 19, 2012 5:00pm PST
, they are a dangerous mix of chemicals they could create hallucinations. over 1% of high schoolers reported using bath salts. 11% of seniors have used a synthetic type of marijuana. >>> they waited for hours for a bag of food. the one group they are seeing more and more in need of help this holiday season. >> back here in just 10 minutes, this storm will bring significant rain to the bay area, i will tell you when it gets here and how long it sticks around. oh, you have a keurig vue brewer? oh, it's great! now i can brew my coffee just the way i love it. how do you do that? well, inside the brewer, there's this train that's powerful enough to carry more coffee and fresh water to make coffee that's stronger and bigger... and even hotter! actually, i just press this button. brew the coffee you love -- stronger, bigger, or hotter -- with the keurig vue. wanted to be here for your fist christmas? you see grandma lives waaaay down here, and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle earnie? waaay
CNN
Dec 15, 2012 12:00am PST
and hallucinations. one time in my life i was responsible for the federal program of mental health services in america. i have to admit we failed. we failed america in protecting the lives of the seriously mentally ill. most of what they do is suffer in silence. their families want to do better by them and as a country we have not stepped up and been sympathetic and caring and appropriate for the seriously mentally ill. >> an extremely important point. what i was going to say is you both have made extremely valid points. my point really is that you have three successive appalling mass shootings involving young men in their 20s where the background to all of them was not dissimilar. they seem to be fairly normal kind of slightly off, but nothing with alarm bells. the point of examining their character is that there must be a good likelihood that there are others like hg them out there who may be considering similar atrocities. how do people who know these types of people spot any warning signs? >> piers -- >> let me start with the doctor. >> i'm sorry. i have three small children. before thi
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 12:00pm EST
. and we actually then try to imagine why is the same way of hallucinating or recent sizing the events in our mind. it doesn't story of all as a video event. >> but we remember it. so our computer that we are going to use to model the human brain a r may be going to spruce up a little bit. >> well, we think. in the first place, is compensating. computer can remember it -- can run literally which is something we can't do. but if you look at perfection, it wasn't perfect. it cat fantastic things right. well. how did get that? it combines hundreds of pieces of affirmation and did things that the best in the world cannot to. in the new of mackerel is stupid mistake. i think that is inherent, the level of perfection. but nothing more intelligence will help us solve major challenges. >> and one of the interesting things that i cut you wrote about was the fact that it had some sort of system whereby it could make use of intelligence systems merge into one regime, and that quite fascinated me because i always thought, the history of artificial intelligence that we have all these different trad
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2012 11:00am EST
patterns, and we actually been tried to imagine, we're sort of hallucinating or we synthesizing the event in our mind. it's not stored at all as a video of that event. >> host: and every time we remember it, it changes again. so our computers that we're going to use to model this human brain, we're going to spruce it up a little? >> guest: we take computers in the first place, a computer can remember literally something you can't do. they can continue to do that. if you look at watson in terms of you talk about perfection, it wasn't perfect. it made stupid mistakes. it got fantastic things right, like how did it get that? it combines hundreds of pieces of information and did things the best pioneers in the world couldn't do. and then it would make a stupid mistake i think that's inherent in the fact that jeopardy already is at the level where there's no such thing as perfection. as we ask computers to do more and more intelligent things, that will happen. but i think more intelligence will help us to solve the major challenges of humanity. >> host: yeah. one of the interesting things that
Current
Dec 5, 2012 5:00pm PST
know what it looks like. they have sensory and auditory hallucination. their place in the world has been completely blown. what mike reese said about this disability treaty, any more off the wall than the fairytales that ronald reagan used to tell about welfare moms? as sam pointed out this has been the ongoing slide into dementia that began in 1980 when they adopted supply side economic which was the ultimate kool-aid. getting back to lindsey graham, wasn't he the leader in effort to impeach a president in a lame duck session? did i sleep will you that year. >> eliot: the hobgoblin of little minds. you cannot look for consistency. just mere hypocrisy made on the other side whether it's the refusal to ratify the treaties e tending u.n. treaty about disability or what they're saying by the fiscal cliff. we're seeing an important shift in their strategy. i think at the end of the day john boehner is going to decide it makes more sense to pass the senate bill, extending the tax cut to 98% saying to the public at large we're not going to deny you that but we're not going to pass the deb
FOX Business
Dec 3, 2012 6:00pm EST
. even like hallucinating and saying things that definitely wasn't me. she would, we had a brand new son at the time. she would take care of him and keep him away from me. they would leave for hours at a time and come back and i wouldn't even know they left. i wouldn't even know what was going on. i don't even remember. gerri: players are acting in ways that i think nobody who knows them, you know, everybody would be surprised by. belcher, a friend claimed belcher was abusing alcohol and prescription meds at the time this happened. here's a guy who graduated a degree in child development and family relations from the university of maine. you heard the quote from his coach saying he was a great guy. we were all proud of him. what is the nfl, is the nfl doing something wrong here? are they encourage couraginging behavior? >> game is getting faster and only more violent. ricky can speak with this. when a player goes down with concussion there is no independent doctor comes on the field like a boxing match, this player can't go. he is out of this one. a doctor paid by the team. so it is in t
NBC
Dec 31, 2012 3:00am PST
. you're certain you weren't having hallucinations alber i only wish that were true its been most disturbing. i would have called dr higgins but i didn't have the opportunity. i'll call him now. very good miss barbara. [rotary dial] [music] hello dr higgins please this is barbara foster. not a word to anybody albert. oh heavens no miss barbara. hello matt look i'm at fred's-- no he isn't here. he took a plane for st louis. well that is extraordinary. well don't be unduly alarmed it may be only a passing aberration we'll see when he gets back, let me know the moment he arrives. and let me warn you barbara no matter how strangely he acts don't antagonize him. humor him indulge him. remember you're dealing with someone who is ill perhaps very ill. now you understand now don't you barbara the important thing is patience. i understand matt goodbye. well albert we must be very patient with him. we will miss barbara. [door buzzer] [music] remember now, not a word to a soul [door bell buzzes] [door slams] your honor did you miss your plane. yeah. albert who is it? the judge is back. darli
FOX
Dec 4, 2012 5:00pm PST
linked to more than 11,000 hospital visits in 2010. they can cause seizures and hallucinations. the sale of synthetic drugs is illegal in a number of states including california. >>> a political scandal in the south bay, a santa c larks ra county supervisor has been ordered to reimburse the county for $13,000 in expenses. an internal audit found the board president used a taxpayer funded credit card for personal expenses. that included golf fees, casino hotel stays, and rental card -- car upgrades. he said he will reimburse some of the expenses but is defending some of the other expenditures. >>> today the oakland police department talked for the first time about the arrest in an assault on anna toc particular girl. paul chambers spoke with the police chief. the chief is not mincing words. >> that is correct. oakland police won't give many details about this open active investigation. there were strong words today from the chief. >> this is by far one of the most sickening cases i've seen in my career as a police officer, that someone as mr. atkinson can take advantage of of someone of t
FOX
Dec 26, 2012 5:00pm PST
hallucinations and delusions were likely to use pot earlier than most teens and adults. researchers say the study couldn't cause one or the other. the study followed up on earlier findings that concluded that teens who used marijuana were twice as likely to develop psychosis compared with teens who never smoked pot. >>> in iraq, tensions are heating up. thousands of sunny's turned out to call for the overthrow of the government who is dominated by shiite muslims. the latest controversy -- finance minister who is an sunni. >>> today, marks eight years since the devastating earthquake and tu suh unanimousy rocked thailand. prayer services were held today to remember the disaster. the u.n. called it the worst natural disaster to hit thailand. it devastated 14 other nations and an estimated 200,000 people were killed. >>> recently released f.b.i. documents show federal agents spied on the "occupy wall street" movement. the f.b.i. used counter terrorism agents to keep tabs on occupy chapters. the documents were released under a freedom of information act request from the partnership for civil justice
NBC
Dec 18, 2012 2:05am EST
they're at that level where they may be hallucinating, maybe dell usual, but they may not be that danger to themselves or others at that particular time. we can't get them into the hospital. they continue to compensate, and then we have this sort of horrific situation. >> i think people are watching all this stuff and feeling helpless. i mean, number one, we can't help the people because, you know, there's no helping there except for sending your love and prayers. >> you can never bring the victims back. >> there are issues surrounding it that it seems like people want to do or say something. on the gun issue, what is it? no matter where you stand on it, what can people do physically? if they want to do something. >> not have guns in your own home is your one start. i went on facebook and asked what can with we do now, and hundreds of people responded, and most of them said why is it possible to buy a gun in this country that can kill dozens of people without reloading it? >> you are talking about assault type weapons. i do believe people can have a gun in their home.
CBS
Dec 11, 2012 5:00am PST
. >> i don't get what tequila has to do with all of that. anyway. >> it makes you hallucinate. >> everyone says it's a ufo, or floating lights. >>> we are showing some of the best area christmas displays and tony sent this in: unfortunately they had a few things s cluding a baby jesus a few years ago, but y decided to continue this ye. share your holiday photos wh us. email them to mornings music and 13,000 lights. they decided to continue this year even though they had some items stolen a few years ago. email us your photos or videos at mornings@cbs5.com. we want to share them with everyone. >> nice job. >>> next half hour coming up anonymous no more. we know the second winner of that record powerball jackpot. how the "fiscal cliff" affected his prize. we'll tell you. >> and a mother and her son rushed to escape their burning home in hayward. what she saw just before that has arson investigators on alert. >> and i'm live in daly city where a car drove over an embankment into a ditch the chp says one person may be suffering major injuries. we'll have more details in a live rep
MSNBC
Dec 15, 2012 1:00pm PST
's at the prime age of developing schizophrenia, which involves delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking, and that combination, particularly if it's in conjunction with substance abuse, that really could be a deadly cocktail there. >> you just said he's the prime age. what is the prime age for developing some of these issues? >> well, asperger's or autism spectrum disorders are typically diagnosed when kids are around 5 to 7 years old. of course, you're born with an autism spectrum disorder. this is not something you develop or catch. it's something that tends to be delayed in its diagnosis. for schizophrenia in men, the typical age is in the late teens to early 20s, so he's in the prime age for development of that. and people who are abusing substances, that tends to pick up in late adolescent years, in the early 20s as well. >> dr. weiner, thank you so much. josh weiner, psychologist, do appreciate your insight, sir. >> thank you. >> let's get some additional insight here. i would like to bring in philadelphia mayor, michael nutter, a democrat and one of the most prominent mayors in th
LINKTV
Dec 25, 2012 8:00am PST
such as are usually given to adult schizophrenics to regulate their hallucinations. but in this case, children are getting it to control their behavior. so what we have is a massive social experiment of the chemical control of children's behavior, with no idea of the long-term consequences of these heavy-duty anti-psychotics on kids. and i know that canadians statistics just last week showed that within last five years, 43 there's been a 43 percent increase in the rate of dispensing of stimulant prescriptions for add or adhd, and most of these are going to boys. in other words, what we're seeing is an unprecedented burgeoning of the diagnosis. and i should say, really, i'm talking about, more broadly speaking, what i would call the destruction of american childhood, because add is just a template, or it's just an example of what's going on. in fact, according to a recent study published in the states, nearly half of american adolescents now meet some criteria or criteria for mental health disorders. so we're talking about a massive impact on our children of something in our culture that's just
CBS
Dec 20, 2012 7:00am PST
loopy or make me hallucinate or make me drowsy. and he said, i'm telling you, just try it 10 milligrams. so i went through -- i had the shingles really bad. >> oh, boy. >> and part of the concoction of drugs they give you to fight that pain are pretty serious. and i just got tired of taking them so i stopped taking -- >> cold turkey. >> yeah, yeah. and part of that created in me this nervous anxiety. and then i was really screwed. so that's when i said to lou, okay, okay i'll try anything just to get rid of this depression, because it was -- it's different than, oh, i don't feel good today. it's different than feeling sad. it's different than feeling blue. it's really like a friend of mine says it's the world with 20/20 vision. >> letterman also realized anxiety had him gripping too tightly to his career and perhaps missing out on the joys of his personal life. >> i wish i hadn't been so gosh-darn single-minded, because when your focus is that tight, you miss a lot of what's going on around you. >> might you have had a child before? >> yeah. yeah, i th
CNBC
Dec 12, 2012 4:00am EST
is completely detached from the real economy. the spread is mental hallucination created by speculation in the banking sector because half of the italian debt is owned by foreign banks. these banks try to get high rate in order to earn more. so we are a victim of banking speculation, of both foreign and domestic banks. we shall detach from the real economy. we need to stop this vicious cycle of debt that is strangling us. >> reporter: many would argue it's the right time for mario monty to leave the political scene. would you agree? >> translator: he needs to disappear. he was, as the americans say, a bluff, a bubble, a bankruptcy curator. our country went bankrupt last year. half of the debt was in french and german banks. had we gone bankrupt last year, europe would have ended. so they sent in monty to manage the situation in order for the german and french banks to get their money back. the ucb printed out -- ecb print out money used to help our banks but do not use it to finance our businesses. they give it to them buy to see buy back their debt to help french and german banks. that
CNN
Dec 17, 2012 9:00am PST
the hallucinations but we do have the magical thinking and isolation and sometimes some naked aggression. and what happens is because at the time they may not be a danger to themselves or others, you can't get them involuntarily committed, especially if they are of age. and if you are able to get them into the emergency room and admitted by a psychiatrist because there isn't a lot of bed space, within two or three days, they are discharged, on medications, but the medications have such severe side effects that even older adults but in this case younger adults don't want to take that medication, and that's the conundrum. >> and she writes here, she goes on to say, i don't believe my son belongs in jail, but it seems like the united states is using prison as the solution of choice for mentally ill people. what kinds of options does she have? >> well, she certainly is speaking out of frustration. we don't want to use jails in that way. i was a chief psychologist for federal prison for many years, but i can tell you, because a lot of these folks couldn't get into psychiatric hospitals, sometimes the m
Current
Dec 19, 2012 6:00am PST
because the repairman left the gate open. oh! anyway i keep -- now i'm like hallucinating. i thought i saw him this morning. i go running out. okay. i'm losing it. >> oh. i'm sorry. >> he might come back. >> stephanie: there are a lot of coyotes that live in the park. >> if he got some love from you you know, i think he'll remember that. >> stephanie: in the meantime for some reason, coincidentally, two different friends send pictures of great pyrenees that need a home. literally, it will be like whoever house sits, for me over christmas will be i thought you had two dogs. what happened? there's like 17 now! what happened? >> there's a woman trying to -- another kitten on us. >> stephanie: how many do you have? >> we have four. we did have five. >> stephanie: oh, boy. right before christmas. all right. so all right we have a lot to get to. annie borowitz tweet the right to own a gun is trumped by the right not to be shot by one. thank you! [ applause ] the nra poked their little head out. >>
CSPAN
Dec 5, 2012 8:00pm EST
on hallucination we address disaster related recovery and rebuilding challenges. we created a long-term disaster working group composed of more than 20 federal agencies and consulted closely with state and local governments as well as experts and stakeholders. out of this in 2010, we published a draft of the national disaster recovery framework on which after extensive public comment is published in its final version in 2011. by appointing me to leave the current recovery and rebuilding, the long-term part the long-term part of this effort, the president not only a supply in the national recovery framework but also recognizes to adequately address the enormous range of regional issues in geographic areas included a larger coordinating role across federal agencies and state and local governments is necessary. i hud we develop relationships with leaders in a unique breadth of experience and not only the housing but the broader redevelopment issues as well. let me be clear, job number one is an ongoing rescue response to hope this effect hit by hurricane sandy, including tens of thousands across th
CNN
Dec 14, 2012 1:00pm PST
? >> they will see a child is angry, isolated, clearly potentially responding to ought tori hallucinations and hear voices and maybe a fascination with guns and maybe at a shooting range. they know something is wrong. you can't call and say my son is acting weird, he needs help. they don't have justification. in most jurisdictions, it is almost impossible to intervene in a way that can protect our society. the legislation has to be changed so we act before a crime. >> sanjay, you study the brain all the time. are there chemical imbalances here and chemical problems that could create a killer like this? >> i think so and i agree with your guest as well. these things used to be in the realm of the anecdotal and there is evidence of what we can see happening in the brain. there may be people who are more predisposed or set up for it and something pushes them over the edge. it is clear and most of these situations. i think that to think of mental illness as a disease and when you think about it like that, it changes everyone's perspective and you think about it more like you would think of someone with
CSPAN
Dec 20, 2012 1:00pm EST
on the hallucinates committee, but also for your -- on the rules committee, but also for providing strategy for bringing our troops home quickly and safely and orderly. thank you again. with the drawdowns from two wars, now's really the perfect opportunity to reevaluate -- re-evaluate our runaway defense spending and make sure that our defense budget reflects the overall national security strategy. many outside experts from across the political spectrum have concluded that the pentagon can afford much more substantial cuts that's found in this bill. secondly, while this bill contains some audit provisions, these measures are only set to take hold in 2017. the pentagon needs to be audited, should have been audited and should be audited right now. i mean, last year, this year, next year. we can't wait until 2017. earlier this year i offered an amendment that would have cut any federal agency's budget by 5% if they are unable to provide audit-ready financial documents. we need to get some sunlight on the pentagon's books to create a culture of responsibility and accountability at the defense d
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